Despite its name, Poundland may not be the cheapest place to get the bargains revealed by one mother.
Confession Coupon Queen Holly Smith said thatcheap pricesdon't always look good.
Four 37-year-old mothers regularly shareshopping tipsand are behind the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook page.
Holly previously shared how to save cash when shopping at Aldi, KFC, H&M- or when getting items for free.
And she recently revealed a simple modification ofthat you can add to your grocery store,. This will save £ 555 by the end of the year.
Currently she shares her secrets on how to shop atPoundland.
She tells TheMirror: "Many people shop in Poundland because they think it's the cheapest budget store."
"But if you look at some of those prices, 1 It turns out that pounds aren't always a bargain. "
Holly says that items such as dishwashing liquids and bleaching agents are one of the cheaper items you can find atTesco. I said there is.
However, branded goods are one of the things that can be cheaper in thediscountstore.
The 6p difference in dishwashing liquid can total £ 3.12 if you buy a bottle in a week.
It may seem small, but she warned that with multiple products and weekly shops, the price difference could be hundreds of pounds each year.
Holly advises shoppers to make sure they are getting the bestdealsbefore making a purchase.
You can find the lowest prices for your products online using comparison websites such as Kelkoo, PriceSpy, Google Shopping and PriceRunner. The Latest Deals appin
has supermarket price comparison capabilities, including all major supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi.
On the other hand,Trolley.co.ukwill tell you where to find the cheapest groceries such as B&M, Aldi and Tesco.
Holly previously told Sun that after events such as holidays, Christmas and Easter, the most likely bargain in Poundland is.
This is when high street stores try to shift seasonal inventory to give way to new products.
She also shared that Poundland sometimes has baskets with discounted items. So listen first and find the best discount.
Holly also recommends using the cashback site when shopping online or when shopping in stores using apps such as CheckOutSmart and Shopmium.
Works the same way by listing the products sold in large supermarkets. When you purchase an item, you will receive some or all of your cash back.
Simply take a photo of your receipt and upload it to the app and your cash will be sent to your account.
Here are some tips on how to save her cash:
- Head toAlways'Website, you can get a hygiene pack Towel Free
- TooGoodToGo app, Get cheap foodmuch cheaper from restaurants and supermarkets like Gregs and Morrisons
- Use Holly's tricks to get 24 packs of Mamia size 1 newborn napkins from Ardi- Netmum Trial
- Download the chain app and put free food in a bag with KFC
- Return old clothes to H&Return to M and earn money from points and vouchers
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